Moanin - Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Ed Thigpen - The Final Concerts (CD, Album)

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  1. The Oscar Peterson Trio's July live sessions at the Chicago London House are considered among their finest recordings. This CD contains the complete original album the Trio: Live from Chicago, which was the first of four LPs culled from those dates. It features Peterson with Ray Brown on bass, and Ed Thigpen on drums/5(29).
  2. Zulkishura | 27.11.2019 at 03:23 | Reply
    Compact disc. Brief program notes by James Isaacs on container insert. Performer(s): Jazz ensembles: Oscar Peterson, piano ; with Ray Brown, Ed Thigpen, Louis Hayes, Clark Terry. Event notes: Recorded between and Description: 1 audio disc (): CD-audio, digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. + program notes (1 folded sheet ; 12 cm.) Contents.
  3. The documentary Oscar Peterson: The Life of a Legend delves into the life story of Peterson, a man widely regarded as one of the two or three most gifted and accomplished jazz pianists of the 20th Century and a certified master of swing. Among other elements, the program features one of the first reunions of Peterson Trio members Herb Ellis and Ray Brown in decades, discusses the racially.
  4. Personnel: Oscar Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b) & Ed Thigpen (d). TV Show recorded live in London, England, October 1, Bonus Tracks: Oscar Peterson trio with Nat King Cole &the J.A.T.P.
  5. Takazahn | 27.11.2019 at 08:21 | Reply
    If we needed another example to illustrate this, let’s take this Verve album from , which actually was the second or third Peterson album I ever bought. Night Train (Verve ) You get classic Oscar Peterson here. The legendary trio with Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen, and produced by Norman Granz, who played an important role in Peterson’s.
  6. Kigazuru | 27.11.2019 at 03:52 | Reply
    The May 29, concert marks the final performance of the finest piano trio in jazz history featuring pianist Oscar Peterson, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen. The quartet performed eight outstanding tracks, which included five modern jazz standards and three original Peterson compositions, 'The Smudge', 'Lovers Promenade' and /5(2).
  7. Oscar Peterson's week-long engagement at Chicago's London House was initially partially released as four LPs: The Trio, The Sound of the Trio, Put On a Happy Face and Something Warm. This five-CD set greatly expands upon the program, reissuing the four albums and 30 previously unissued selections. Peterson, bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen worked together quite well, with O.P. easily.
  8. Oscar Peterson and Ray Brown, two giants of jazz, to be saluted at concert by musical disciples Ray Brown (left), Jeff Hamilton and Oscar Peterson are shown at the Glenn Gould Prize evening Author: George Varga.
  9. You can find that box set here: Oscar Peterson: Songbooks Etcetera- A Norman Granz Legacy. In , over a series of marathon sessions, Granz and Peterson revisited the Songbooks, with slightly different set lists and a new lineup of Peterson, Brown and Ed Thigpen on drums in place of a guitarist. (Perhaps the advent of stereo was a reason for Reviews: 6.
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